Not only will we be importing photographic images into our carousel, but also some titles which describe each image. Let’s set this up as a MovieClip symbol.
- [Narrator] Not only will we be importing photographic…images into our carousel, but also some titles,…which describe each image.…Let's go ahead and set this up as another movie clip symbol.…You'll notice that we have our title layer here,…our controls layer, and our container layer.…Let's do some housekeeping here.…My controls I need to exist in my control layer.…Right now they're in the container layer.…So, we can cut these and they're removed from container,…select controls and then right click on the stage,…and choose paste in place.…
That pastes them exactly where they were…in the previous layer.…Let's lock that down.…You'll notice there's nothing in our container layer yet,…even though we have prepared that as carousel container.…So let's bring that out.…And we'll enable on this layer, outline mode,…so we can see exactly how things work.…Let's choose our align panel, and align everything…to the stage horizontal and vertical center.…
Going back to 100% and centering allows us to see…that everything is aligned exactly as we want.…
- Using XML and JSON
- Setting up your Animate project
- Building a carousel container
- Applying animation
- Creating titles with dynamic text
- Ingesting external data
- Rendering images
- Automating transitions
- Designing an RSS display
- Programming the RSS display
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Dynamic Data Fundamentals
About XML and JSON1m 49s
2. Design a Web Carousel
3. Program the Web Carousel
4. Design an RSS Display
5. Program the RSS Display
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